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Key rules changes in 2023The new year brought changes to the Rules of Golf. Five of the key changes are explained here.

First Tee of Tennessee-Chattanogoa adds Program DirectorThe Tennessee Golf Foundation is pleased to announce that Tim Haralson has been hired as the new Program Director for First Tee of Tennessee-Chattanooga.

Haralson replaces long-time First Tee of Tennessee-Chattanooga Program Director Kathleen McCarthy, who retired at the end of 2022.

TGA announces the 2023 Championship ScheduleHere's a look at where the TGA Championship Season will venture in the new year. Registration opens on March 1, 2023.

What goes into a Course Rating?The Tennessee Golf Association's Director of Course Rating Nathaniel Hantle takes you through the elements of creating a course rating.

TGF Releases 2022 Progress ReportOn behalf of the entire Golf House Tennessee family, we thank you for your continued commitment to growing the game of golf in Tennessee!

We hope you'll enjoy learning about our programs and plans for 2023!

Rob Long to be Inducted into TN Golf Hall of FameClarksville's Rob Long to be inducted into the Tennessee Golf Hall of Fame in March 2023.

2022 Tennessee Players of the YearLearn more about the six winners of the Tennessee Golf Association's golfers of the year.

TGF to partner with Metro Parks Nashville, Friends of Warner Parks for Percy Warner renovationPercy Warner Golf Course will be closing in November as Metro Parks and Recreation, the Tennessee Golf Foundation, and Friends of Warner Parks partner to restore the golf course and surrounding landscapes, with a tentative grand opening date of September 2023.

Poe secures an emotional victory, Baird repeats as championLoudon’s Mike Poe reached the mountain top in the Senior Match Play Championship at Signal Mountain Golf & Country Club while Signal Mountain’s Tom Baird successfully defends his Super Senior title.

Cropper, Switzer-Nadasdi, Scott take home hardware at The Links at KahiteNashville’s Andrea Cropper and Cleveland’s Maggie Scott both added to their trophy collection while Nashville’s Rhonda Switzer-Nadasdi captured her first TGA title.

Third time’s the charm for Wilson at the 35th Mid-AmateurAfter spending two previous Mid-Amateur championships in the lead group but coming up short, Chattanooga’s Brendon Wilson captures the title at Nashville Golf and Athletic Club.

A Labor of LoveBehind the scenes with the Nashville Golf & Athletic maintenance staff as they get ready for the TGA Mid-Amateur Championship.

Young duo wins big at Women's Four-Ball ChampionshipBella Bugg (Franklin) and Isabella Johnson (Murfreesboro) win big in the Championship division while Erica Chappell (Nashville) and Terri McAngus (Mt. Juliet) edge out the Senior field.

Jackson, Fly add to illustrious TGA resumes at Senior and Super Senior AmateurTim Jackson (Williston) earns his 27th TGA title while Buzz Fly (Memphis) captures his sixth.

Scott Stallings Punches Ticket to Tour ChampionshipCongratulations to Scott Stallings, our Kids Play Free and Junior Cup founder, who finished 2nd at the BMW Championship and punched his ticket to the Tour Championship at East Lake. #12

Inaugural Rally in the Valley at Sweetens CoveJoin the Tennessee Golf Foundation and PGA Tour professional Scott Stallings on September 20th for our inaugural Rally In The Valley at Sweetens Cove! Its the can't miss event of the fall and spots are filling fast!

Simpson etches name in history at 107th Tennessee State Amateur ChampionshipKnoxville-native Lance Simpson ties course record at Cherokee Country Club on his way to winning the 2022 Tennessee Amateur Championship.

Wilcox earns first professional win at Tennessee Women’s OpenIn just her second event as a professional, Adeena Wilcox secured her first championship.

Hunneke completes marathon week with a win at Men's Match PlayHayden Hunneke (Chattanooga) earned his first Tennessee Golf Association victory with a 2 & 1 win over Ryan Greer at 2022 Men's Match Play Championship

Four Tennesseans to compete in Inaugural US Adaptive OpenJordan Thomas (Nashville), Luke Carroll (Old Hickory), Brandon Rowland (Jackson) and Alex Fourie (Knoxville) will represent the Volunteer State at Pinehurst later this month.